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MudPuppy77

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Our family is staying at a resort on Lake Geneva 8/13-8/16 and am wondering which lake(s) on the chain do I have the best opportunities for walleye and bass? I am new to any of these lakes so I thought I would ask the locals. I am not looking for honey holes, just narrowing it down a bit so I can maximize my time spent on the water.

Also, can anyone verify if Victoria is accessible from Geneva. I have heard that if the water is high some boats cannot get through.

Thanks!

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JBone

I would just go to Bug a boo and play vollyball

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MudPuppy77

That's very helpful. Thanks!

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Chad Peterson

Mudpuppy, you can get to Victoria through Geneva. Your best bet for walleyes and bass is Victoria and Geneva. Good Luck and enjoy!

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MudPuppy77

Thank you Chad! I appreciate your help!!

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JBone

Oh Mudpuppy my bad, no pun intended. I would hit the mid lake humps on carlos in the evenings with leeches, drifted or slip bobbed. Good Luck

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fishinphilth

With the water as high as it is you will not be able to get through the channels to the other lakes, Vitoria is possible, but only with a small boat. I can barely get my jet ski under there. There is plenty of fish to be had in Geneva.

Bass are anywhere, small ones under docks, bigger ones need to get a little deeper. Walleyes are in there, but harder to catch, troll cranks after dark about 8 to 15 feet and you should pick up a few here and there.

I will be out there this weekend in a crestliner, black and tan, with a 115 Yamaha, if you see me stop by and say hi.

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MudPuppy77

Thanks guys! I have a small 14ft aluminum boat so hopefully I can squeak through the channel to Victoria.

fishinphilth, I will certainly stop by and say hi if I spot you out there. My boat is old Crestliner aluminum. Red on the top half and white on the bottom, like a bobber.

I have not done any night fishing but it sounds like fun. I have a light for the back of the boat but I need to pick up a red/green one for the front.

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Wayne Ek

You will not be able to get from Geneva to Le Homme Dieu, the water is to high. And Geneva to Victoria is doubtful. But the good news is that Geneva is an ok walleye lake. Try the large under-water point on the northeast side of the lake and work the cabbage weedlines.

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